The MotionMD solution from DJO Global Inc has recently received CSF security certification from the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST).

The receipt of HITRUST CSF certification demonstrates that MotionMD’s security controls are consistent with national and international security standards, including ISO, NIST, PCI-DSS and HIPAA, according to Vista, Calif-based DJO Global, in a media release.

The certification process normalizes security requirements and provides clarity and consistency, reducing the burden of compliance with the privacy and security regulations that apply to healthcare organizations, the release adds.

“We want our customers to feel safe when they provide sensitive healthcare information to our MotionMD platform,” says Terrence Weekes, DJO Global’s chief information security officer, in the release. “Since privacy and security are significant priorities for us, we continually strive to achieve the highest level of security for our systems. The HITRUST CSF Certification validates our efforts and provides an industry-recognized endorsement to our partners.”

The paperless MotionMD solution is an intuitive, web-based point-of-care solution designed to support claims management and inventory dispensing, per the release.

[Source(s): DJO Global Inc, Business Wire]